It's time for my annual Skåne trip, which I'm usually doing at the end of the summer. This time I was thinking to cross the bridge, but it was not possible due to Covid.
I have a feeling that it is the same wagons I saw earlier today at Stehag, hauled by a Hector Rail locomotive then.
The DSB EG series are six-axle electric locomotives from the locomotive family known as EuroSprinter from Siemens Transportation Systems. They were built for the Danske Statsbaner (DSB).
With the construction of the Great Belt crossing, the need for a powerful electric locomotive arose. On the up to 15.6 ‰ steep inclines in the Great Belt Tunnel, if half of the traction equipment fails, the remaining tractive power should be sufficient to leave the tunnel with a 2000 ton freight train. This requirement led to the construction of a six-axle locomotive with two three-axle powered bogies.
Based on the modular technique of freight locomotive Class 152 of the Deutsche Bahn AG were used in the locomotives of DSB proven standard components and systems developed by Siemens and Krauss Maffei traffic engineering Euro Sprinter family of the second generation are used.
It was procured in 1999 and 2000 in a number of 13 copies. (Wikipedia - DSB EG)